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The deceased father included in this picture on a large framed photograph. Mother and children still in mourning cloths.

The deceased father included in this picture on a large framed photograph. Mother and children still in mourning cloths.

Los niños, en estos casos, solían mostrarse reposando en un sofá o una cuna, a menudo junto a su juguete favorito u otro juguete, y tampoco era raro que aparecieran junto a uno o varios miembros de la familia, siendo lo más frecuente que apareciera en brazos de la madre.

Los niños, en estos casos, solían mostrarse reposando en un sofá o una cuna, a menudo junto a su juguete favorito u otro juguete, y tampoco era raro que aparecieran junto a uno o varios miembros de la familia, siendo lo más frecuente que apareciera en brazos de la madre.

Mourning photo of family dog. I'm touched to see how connected Victorian people were to their pets. Seems much of our society has gone backwards since then.  Paul Frecker - Nineteenth Century Photography

Mourning photo of family dog. I'm touched to see how connected Victorian people were to their pets. Seems much of our society has gone backwards since then. Paul Frecker - Nineteenth Century Photography

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Ich bin mir zwar nicht sicher ob es hier rein passt, oder ob es jmd. interessiert, aber ich versuche es halt mal, weil mich das gerade total schockiert hat... (Seite

Memento Mori: Postmortem Photographs.   This is one of the Charles Van Schaick photographs that was used in the book "Wisconsin Death Trip." It's a portrait of deceased twin infants in coffins: Robert and Janet Fitzpatrick were born on July 5, 1885, and died April 20, 1886. This mourning ritual was widespread in19th-century America - I find it fascinating.

Memento Mori: Postmortem Photographs. This is one of the Charles Van Schaick photographs that was used in the book "Wisconsin Death Trip." It's a portrait of deceased twin infants in coffins: Robert and Janet Fitzpatrick were born on July 5, 1885, and died April 20, 1886. This mourning ritual was widespread in19th-century America - I find it fascinating.

Rare african american children......I have not seen many momento mori of black people....boy on sofa is deceased......probably brothers....

Rare african american children......I have not seen many momento mori of black people....boy on sofa is deceased......probably brothers....

Amazing photo of child and mother. Looks as though they could be in mourning, second stage, but it is rare to see children all in black.

Amazing photo of child and mother. Looks as though they could be in mourning, second stage, but it is rare to see children all in black.